Inclusive & Accessible Housing
Gender Inclusive Housing
Residential & Commuter Life aims to help students live connected academically and socially in our diverse communities. Residential & Commuter Life affirms that one's dignity and uniqueness should be recognized and respected regardless of distinctions in identity. One of the ways we achieve this goal is by offering a wide range of on-campus housing options, such as Gender Inclusive Housing.
Gender Inclusive Housing consists of rooms where students can live with any student – regardless of sex, gender, gender identity, or expression. Bathroom facilities in Gender Inclusive Housing are designated "All Gender."
The Capital University Gender Inclusive Housing community is located in Saylor-Ackermann. This community offers options including single rooms, same-gender roommates, or other gender-identity pairings.
Students interested in Gender Inclusive Housing may indicate this preference when completing their Housing application.
For more information on Gender Inclusive Housing, contact Residential & Commuter Life:
Phone: 614.236.6811 (voice)
The Office of Accessibility Services (OAS) provides individualized services for students, faculty/staff, and other community members with disability related needs. Service areas include admissions, academics, housing, employment, facilities accessibility, and social/personal issues related to disability.
Individuals with disabilities who wish to receive services from OAS are responsible for disclosing their disability to OAS and should complete the registration process at least 6 weeks prior to the desired start date for most services.
For additional resources and more information about accessibility at Capital University, visit Accessibility Services.
Accessibility Services can be reached through the following:
Phone: 614.236.6611 (voice)